Matt Peake

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Good quality of life is a wonderful thing. I hope to spread and forward that wherever I go.
— Matt Peake

Matt Peake is the main video editor at Rooster Teeth Productions west coast division, Funhaus. He was a former employee for Inside Gaming before coming to Rooster Teeth.

Pre-Rooster Teeth[edit | edit source]

Matt grew up in Redwood City, California where he eventually earned a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Video and Film Production at Brooks Institute of Photography in Ventura, California. He attended the institute from 2003-2006.

Personal life[edit | edit source]

Matt enjoys playing video games, playing and watching sports, reading, yoga classes, jazz music, hanging with his friends and aiming to bless others. "Good quality of life is a wonderful thing. I hope to spread and forward that wherever I go."

He is roommates with Bruce Greene.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • He has a massive fanbase that is referred to as the "Cult of Peake" (stylized as Pe/\ke). Fans have greeted him by holding their hands above their heads forming a somewhat peak (/\).
  • He is an Eagle Scout.
  • He went to College with Adam Kovic's wife Jess
  • His favorite movie is Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure
  • He was Assistant Editor on Adultswims show "Robot Chicken" (2005), "Robot Chicken: Star Wars" (2007) and "Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II" (2008)
  • He uses a marijuana vaporizer (legal in California), as revealed in Open Haus #100

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